Mister Miyagi Curating Tomorrow 2006
Saturday April 8th 2006
Monday February 12th 2007
After the great success of the Mister Miyagi - Curating Tomorrow pilot in 2005, MAMA is pleased to announce the launch of Mister Miyagi - Curating Tomorrow 2006
This sees the continuation of this exciting education programme opportunity. The aim of the programme is to provide relevant learning opportunities for new curators and people who think that becoming a curator may be a career for them.
About the Programme

The Mr. Miyagi Curators Programme will offer an opportunity for a select group of young curators to take part in a programme that will involve them being supported by an international group of mentor curators. Those selected will participate in workshops and work together with the support of the mentors to produce a project that will be shown in Rotterdam in December 2006.

The programme is one of MAMA's education initiatives, the Mr. Miyagi projects. It aims to build capacity and skill for the next generation of cultural practitioners through relevant vocational experience and learning.

And, in keeping with the overall ethos of the programme, they will develop a project that will showcase talented young artists. So, it will also benefit young artists and continue to address a younger visual arts audience.

So How Can I Be Involved?
If you fancy yourself as the next talented and creative curator or think that curation may be the career for you, then please apply. Full details of the 2006 programme and the application eligibility and procedure are linked below.

Applications need to be received no later than Sunday 21 May 2006

In 2006, MAMA is offering this programme for free again to the final participants. We do ask for a registration and entrance fee of €25,-. When you're one of the lucky 12 who are selected to take part in the first workshop event, you will have to pay €150,- as a workshop fee.
In the end, when you're selected to progress to the last six, hence becoming one of the Mr. Miyagi curators 2006, you won't have to pay anything!
The €25,- has to be paid before 20 May. You can transfer the money to:

Stichting Public Art Squad
IBAN NL70ABNA0419203230
ABN AMRO, Rotterdam
Ref: Miyagi registration fee